LIVE ON STAGE Nathaniel Boyd performs Bach's first suite and Kodaly's Sonata for Solo Cello
As an internationally recognised chamber musician and soloist, Nathaniel Boyd has appeared at the world's leading concert halls, including the Wigmore Hall, Concertgebouw, Berlin Konzerthaus and the Paris Opera. Described as an 'exceptionally gifted' recitalist by Musical Opinion following a concert with duo partner Alexander Boyd at the Purcell Room in 2013, Nathaniel is a laureate of numerous prizes for his work with the Navarra String Quartet, including the MIDEM Outstanding Young Artist Award, Cannes (2008), Florence International Chamber Music competition, First Prize (2005) and a Borletti Buitoni Fellowship (2007) as well as being selected for representation by YCAT and as a soloist, by the Tillett Trust (2009). His recordings of Vasks' Quartets and Haydn's Seven Last Words, with the Navarra Quartet, both received 5 star reviews from BBC Music Magazine.
Nathaniel has appeared as Principal Cellist with major UK orchestras including the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Orchestra of Opera North, Manchester Camerata, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Aurora Orchestra. Chamber music highlights last season included recitals at the Esterhazy Palace, Hungary, the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and the Purcell Room.
Recently Nathaniel was resident at the North York Moors Chamber Music Festival, the Southwell Festival and the Roman River Festival and is delighted, together with violinists Tamsin Waley- Cohen and Emma Parker and violist Rosalind Ventris, to be a member of the newly- formed Albion Quartet. Forthcoming concerts with the group include recitals at the Wigmore Hall, Concertgebouw and at the Aldeburgh Festival. In 2018 the group will record two discs of Dvorak's String Quartets for Signum Records as part of an ongoing collaboration with the label.
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